Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences
Dean: Prof. Alfredo Marzocchi
2 Bachelor’s Degree programs
2 Master’s Degree programs
Inaugurated in 1971 with a Bachelor’s Degree program in Mathematics, the faculty then added a further program in Physics in 1997. Today, with its sophisticated lab facilities, the faculty is capable of ensuring a highly research-oriented learning experience, and is one of Italy's best research centres in the areas of the environment, nanostructures and superconductor materials.
Through its solid network of contacts with American and European universities, the faculty offers students each year the opportunity of pursuing specialisation programs abroad, while also remaining attuned to the needs of modern day society as a whole. Supported by an excellent skills and expertise, the faculty is setting up new links with the private and public sectors in order to benefit from the ground-breaking research undertaken by its professors and research fellows, which has also been made possible through the use of highly technologically advanced labs and facilities.